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, this is the "bill press show." >> bill: chuck schumer says he wants an apology from beyonce. he hired her to sing, not to lip-synch. lots of luck with that. good morning everybody. what do you say? happy tuesday. here we go. january 29. off and running this tuesday morning with the "full court press." how about it. and great to see you today. coming to you live from our nation's capital, washington d.c. it has warmed up a little bit here in our nation's capital. we are very excited to see you today on a big big january 29 with lots to talk about. coming to you live from our nation's capital in our studio on capitol hill and booming out to you all across this great land of ours from -- on your local progressive talk radio station, on sirius x.m. this hour only and all three hours also on current tv. so you can listen, you can watch, you can participate and you know how to do it. on the phone 1-866-55-press. our toll free number. on twitter at bpshow. on facebook. facebook.com/billpressshow. join the crowd. i always tell you what you have to say about these issues is just as important as what i or
, of course, was beyonce, at the halftime the spectacular half-time show she was not lip sinking >> it was good. reunited with her band destiny's child. what do you think about the evening? howard calling from the west coast. good morning. >> good morning, bill. i liked that coke commercial. >> bill: slow down. you mean the coke commercial in the desert? >> right. i kind of liked that one, too. >> bill: that was fun. i see especially liked all of the presill-prescilla action queen of the desert. that was part of the coke comerwere. the horses and the camel and the motorcycle, yeah and the bus. that was fun. >> caller: what i wanted to comment about, was about the lights. >> bill: what the hell happened? >> caller: hum? >> bill: what the hell happened? >> caller: the lights went out. in the new orleans, >> bill: you are talking about with katrina? no? >> caller: no. in the '67, when the new orleans saints first came into the league. >> bill: i don't know. >> caller: down in new orleans, they were ready to score and they fumbled the ball
-- >> now he owns the chuck schumer war on beyonce. >> meredith here with team press, peter ogburn and dan henning. hello, guys. >> phil bachus has the phones and cyprian boulding still recovering from yesterday's birthday. things seem shaky this morning. >> out of focus. >> happy belated birthday. >> he came stumbling in this morning, stinking like a tavern and birthday cake, which is how dan usually smells. >> probably should have sent him home. secretary of state, she is still secretary of state, hillary clinton, having a fair well lunch today with president obama. last night, she gave a fair well interview with nightline. yeah. she gave one also with nbc, but it was on night light that she was asked: what are you going to do your first day off? >> i hope i get to sleep in. you know, i am thinking about that because it will be the first time in many years when i have got no office to go to no schedule to keep, no work to do. that about probably last a few days. and then i will be up and going with my new projects. >> bill: she has too much ener
." >> this is the "full-court press." >> other news, beyonce can, in fact, sing the national anthem at the super bowl conference she belted the tune out live and unaccompanied. no lip synching she said she used the track because she is a perfectionist and stakes were too high. she said the day was about president obama and the country and she didn't want to take anyway anyway away for that because she didn't have time. >> i cannot agree with more. for folks who don't know i got to share my inauguration experience with team bill press. we were on the press platform and whether she sang it live or taped, it was impressive. i think the part that got people as to why it was a big story was she was so dramatic. she looked to the right, let me pull the air piece out. >> that's an entertainer. >> that's what you get paid to do. she does it well. >> a little dramatic and i am happy she sang it for real. >> that was cool she did that yesterday. it it was a drop microphone movements. >> any questions now? >> yeah. good for her. i have no problem with this what whatsoever whatsoeve
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